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Bless their hearts. We have so many of these hood-rats running the streets in America. It's a shame too. The criminals are in vogue and the law abiding are the problem. Good grief. Sorry this is off your post, but still.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

Jodi Stone

If they only had an education. Then 1) they wouldn't need to hold someone up and 2) if they did, they'd know how to write...LOL

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

As I began reading this I immediately thought of that Woody Allen. If you have not referenced I would have.


I wonder how many people really can write today...oh, yes they can print, but not write script....it's not taught anymore.

I love the Initial policy! TEE HEE


I could think of a lot better places to rob than the Dollar Store, but then again, I can write legibly and would never use a gub ;)

Jackie Bouchard

Hahaha. As soon as I started reading the story (before scrolling down to see the video there) I immediately thought of that scene.

When I was a kid, we (my mom, dad, me and my sis) went to a double-header at the drive in theater of Take the Money and Run and Monty Python and the Search for the Holy Grail. I don't think I ever saw my mom and dad laugh so much!


While i do believe he needs to be held accountable for what he did, i cannot help but wonder what kind of upbringing he had. He certainly didn't get much of an education.


ok...that was funny..

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